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Ride longer and stronger while staying connected with the Edge 1030 GPS cycling computer. It features...

New Ultegra R8000 provides high-performance stopping power with hydraulic disc brakes, ergonomically...

Patended backpack harness technology that stops dancing monkeys from going banans on your back. USWE...

Johnny McEvoy finished sixth at a selective second round of the British Cycling Spring Cup, the Tour...

Team Green MX youngsters Dylan Woodcock and Lewis Hall both took plenty away from round two of the Maxxis...

Snow and Ice
Posted On: November 30th, 2008, via: http://www.genesisbikes.co.uk/

Team Snow and Ice

With Grace away for the weekend and nobody around to play with i decided on a solo mission to the Lakes... Helvellyn was the mountain of choice as the route i had ridden before so no navigational issues and i knew the descent down sticks pass was worth the 'hike and bike, to the top.. plus the chance to ride in snow is always fun and since we rarely see snow at low level these days the summit of...

WOR Events - Pedal Power Enduro
Posted On: November 25th, 2008, via: http://www.genesisbikes.co.uk/

Team WOR Events - Pedal Power Enduro

After missing out on an entry to the first round of the Thetford Winter Series, a series that has always been my winter highlight, i was looking for something else... enter a brand new race series based in Wales so not far from my new base of Manchester... Pedal Power Enduro 3hr. WOR Events are experienced race organisers, all be it in the field of Off Road Motor Biking, so a well organised race...

Big Days Riding
Posted On: November 4th, 2008, via: http://www.genesisbikes.co.uk/

Team Big Days Riding

Its the off season.. well as close to an off season as mountain bikers get, with the new popularity of winter enduros the racing season is now year round. This doesn't leave much time for getting back to riding for ridings sake.. no agenda.. no intervals.. certainly no heart rate monitor.. just bikes, friends and big days out. I have been keeping a low profile, swimming, turbo training, spin...

Frame design and why we do what we do
Posted On: September 22nd, 2008, via: http://www.genesisbikes.co.uk/

Guides Frame design and why we do what we do

Our inspiration comes from a desire to improve the ride. We can choose from other manufacturer’s components to give the best set-up but it’s the frame that has the greatest influence on ride feel. Luckily it’s the component that can be most adapted to perform way we need it to. Whilst you could fit the same parts kits used on our bikes to most company’s...